2. In just one of those cases the judges have refused even to ask for the whereabouts of over $670,000 (ToEC:110) earned or received by the ‘bankrupt’ banker, as shown by his own documents…and according to PACER.uscourts.gov (Public Access to Court Electronic Records) the trustee in his case had at the time 3,909 open cases! The judges’ refusal to take or skip a necessary step to decide a case is only one use of the means enabling money to have its evil effect, to wit, the most powerful corruptor, power itself, here unsupervised, discipline-free, in practice absolute judicial power exercised by federal judges who have in fact become a class of people above the law.
3. The evidence in those 11 cases shows that judges have systematically exercised judicial power through bias and disregard for the rule of law that is intended to prescribe limits to its use. Risk-free abuse of judicial power in a setting awash with money has led certain judges, their staff, and bankruptcy trustees to support a bankruptcy fraud scheme. While their exercise of it is immune from discipline, it is not harmless. It has had injurious consequences for Dr. Richard Cordero, Esq., depriving him of his legal rights in cases to which he is a party pro se and causing him enormous waste of effort, time, and money as well as inflicting upon him tremendous emotional distress.
4. Repeatedly, Dr. Cordero has submitted to Chief Judge John M. Walker, Jr., and Circuit Judge Dennis Jacobs of the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (CA2), who have supervisory duties over the integrity of 2nd Circuit courts, substantial evidence of the pattern of support by U.S. judges therein of the bankruptcy fraud scheme and its effect on him. Consistently they have disregarded that evidence, thereby condoning the other judges’ continued support for the scheme and the schemers and allowing their bias and denial of due process to further injure Dr. Cordero.
5. In so doing, Judges Walker and Jacobs have shown their own bias toward their peers and staffs, including their own staff (ToEC:19§C), to the detriment of Dr. Cordero and have also denied him due process of law in their dealings with him. In addition, by so protecting those officers they have breached their oath of office to apply the law, let alone do so equally “without respect to persons” (28 U.S.C. §453), which gives rise to a duty that inures to the benefit of every third party, such as Dr. Cordero, who comes before them with the reasonable expectation of having their cases decided impartially in accordance with law. Moreover, they have failed to discharge their duty as chief judge and as members of the Judicial Council of the Second Circuit to safeguard the integrity of the courts and their officers in the Circuit, a duty that also runs to the benefit of every person that resorts to the courts for the proper administration of justice.
6. There is ample and official evidence of coordinated and systematic disregard by judges of misconduct by their peers. (ToEC:39>973 & Comment) To establish such disregard and its consequences a representative case can center on C.J. Walker and Judge Jacobs because the evidence against them is as abundant as their disregard of judicial misconduct has been blatant.
7. Dr. Cordero is currently a resident of New York City. However, in the early 1990’s he resided in Rochester, NY. Before leaving that city in 1993, he entrusted personal and professional property to a moving and storage company. For almost 10 years he paid storage and insurance fees for the safekeeping of such property.8. At the beginning of 2002, Dr. Cordero contacted by phone Mr. David Palmer, the owner of
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